Hey Shellie Zimmerman, maybe you’ve heard of the saying “too little, too late”? So now that your husband decided to go all “Hulk smash” on your iPad, you’re now talking about how you doubt his innocence? Give me a break.
During an interview with The Today Show, Shellie Zimmerman said she’s conflicted about what happened the night her estranged husband shot and killed an unarmed Trayvon Martin. Her doubts surfaced after an explosive domestic violence incident at a family home in Florida, she said. But she stopped short of claiming Martin was a victim of racial profiling.
“This person that I’m married to, that I’m divorcing, I’ve kind of realized now that I don’t know him,” she told Matt Lauer on Thursday. “And I really don’t know what he’s capable of.”
Well, how about he’s capable of murder? That’s a start.
Shellie Zimmerman said that her marriage spiraled out of control soon after the trial was over.
“(George) just kind of treated me like I was disposable,” she said. “After standing by him, he kind of left. And I guess he kind of went on a victory tour without me. And I thought I was living a life with him and that we were going to kind of rebuild after all of this — and he had other plans for me.”
So Shellie is all sour grapes because she stood by her man, while he stood his ground, and then he left her in the dust.
Her lawyer said they have filed divorce papers, which have not yet been served because George Zimmerman’s whereabouts were unknown.